The most frequently asked question and also one of the factors that influence our decision to buy is: What are the prices of the pianos? or How much does a piano cost?
Unfortunately, there is no simple answer to this question, as the price range is very large. The size of the instrument and the brand has the most impact on the price. We can roughly say that the prices of our NEW instruments are:
– Piano prices from € 3,000 to € 30,000
– Grand piano prices from 10,000 € to 150,000 €
– Price of a digital piano from 450 € to 10,000 €.
How much will you pay for the piano? How do you find a piano that is right for you and your family?
In order to answer this question, you need to know the purpose of buying a piano. Are you buying for a beginner, for high school or music academy, or you are playing/learning for a hobby.
You really do not need to buy the most expensive piano for a beginner, but you need to make sure that it is of a good quality! Having a problem with an instrument from the beginning may discourage the child from playing and practicing the piano. Most of you are probably familiar with the saying, “I’m not rich enough to buy cheap!” That doesn’t mean you can’t buy an affordable piano. The affordable piano is of good quality at a moderate price. When buying a piano, you need to be aware that buying a piano is a long time investment, as you probably won’t change it in 2 years. Piano does not lose its value as fast as a car, which, on average, lose almost a third of their value in the first year.
Most of the piano manufacturers has a large selection of different models to meet the needs of all types of pianists, from beginners to professionals.
We currently have the best-selling pianos from the renowned Kawai and Yamaha brands, which are also the most affordable pianos, as well as they are constantly developing and researching for new technologies.
Why are there no published prices on our site?
Because you just can’t buy a piano online. When purchasing or choosing a piano you need to know a lot more factors that you might not even have thought of, rather than just a price (Learn more about factors that should influence on your decision Here ). We strive for personal selling because only in this way we can advise you to get the most you can for your money and that the instrument will meet your needs and justify your invested money.
What if you didn’t find the right piano in your price range?
However, if your budget is lower than the quotes you have, please contact us. Our goal is to help you find the piano you are looking for. We have a number of solutions to help you get it. We offer you a purchase on installments, discount on immediate payment, the possibility of renting a piano, the possibility of renting with a later purchase and in addition to new pianos, we also offer used pianos
What are the prices of used pianos?
There are a large number of used instruments on the market, but we are quite demanding in our selection. We clean every used piano in our workshop, perform a thorough inspection and service and tune it. We deliver the piano to your room and give you a guarantee.
We do our best to regularly update our stock of used pianos on our site, but many pianos are booked / sold before we publish them. So please call us and let us know your wishes and we will inform you if anything appropriate for you will be in our offer.
If you have found a used piano that you think would be suitable for you, we can also evaluate it before buying it. Would you buy a used car without getting the opinion of a mechanic or at least know about the cars yourself? Probably not. The same principle applies to pianos. Without expert judgment, a cheap piano can cost you much more than a new instrument.
There is a big market of used pianos, which will require a large input in order to achieve functionality and a big market of cheap so called factory restored pianos – it should be noted here that these instruments are not restored at Yamaha and Kawai factories and are not warranted by the manufacturer. Also, spare parts for these pianos are not available from the manufacturer, as these instruments have been in a humid climate for over 20 years and when placed in our “dry” room, problems occur (keys dry and are rattling, pianos do not hold tuning, the tuning pins loosen, it is also common that resonance bottom cracks…).
You can read some guidelines on what to look for when buying a used piano HERE. In any case, we recommend that you consult an independent piano technician before purchasing such a piano or ask for a second opinion.
Purchase of a piano or a grand piano is a real challenge whether you are looking for a new or used instrument. It is extremely important that you know and talk to someone you trust and are well acquainted with what you are looking for before buying. Let the price not be the deciding factor, you should also look for the service. A good salesperson will also advise you later and provide you with the best service.